The Street Roller Hockey League in Perth, WA, was in need of a much anticipated upgrade at 'The Slab', a weekend home for hockey and roller skating enthusiasts. "The SRHL committee decided to invest in upgrading the fence, and in-line with the social and environmental policy of the league, looked for the most environmentally friendly [...]
Between October 27 and 30th, Replas will be attending the 2019 Parks and Leisure Australia Conference in Perth, Western Australia. Parks and Leisure Australia, PLA2019, 'will focus on the importance of linking parks, open spaces and facilities to our health, well-being and sporting performance and talk about the fundamental need for good policy, planning and [...]
Optus Stadium in Perth, Western Australia has said 'Yes' to Replas recycled plastic bollards. Over 300 black 145 mm black bollards surround the newest multi sport venue in Australia. The robust 145 mm bollard has a pyramid shaped top design, an ideal solution wherever rigid barriers are required to define boundaries or deter vehicles and [...]
The City of Joondalup, Western Australia has chosen our 100 mm bollards in brown for Tom Simpkins Park in Mullaloo, a northern coastal suburb of Perth. The new recycled plastic bollards have replaced failing wood/plastic composite bollards installed just two years earlier. The Replas bollards will prove far superior in providing decades of security to [...]
Skipjack Point Lookout just south of Perth, WA. is a purpose-built viewing platform perched on the cliff edge, where visitors gather to enjoy the spectacular Cape Peron coastline and its wildlife. Built using Enduroplank™ recycled plastic boardwalk decking, the lookout is accessed via the Wanamalu Walk Trail, a feature in itself of the encompassing Francois [...]
Recycled-plastic directional signage is proving a hit on the Whadjuk Trail in the western suburbs of Perth. Sally Wallace, WESROC Project Officer at the City of Nedlands tells the story: ‘Replas bollards were selected as they filled our criteria of creating minimal visual clutter whilst remaining functional and assuring longevity. It is encouraging to receive [...]
The City of South Perth in WA has decided to trial recycled-plastic post and rail fencing in a suburban walkway. If successful they will replicate the fencing in other walkways throughout the area. Len Dalton, Works and Services Coordinator at the council said they chose Replas because we offer an, ‘excellent product and good service’.
The City of South Perth have embraced recycled plastic and chosen Replas Plank Signs as a long-lasting and sustainable alternative to timber. A plaque on the sign commemorates the McDougall Dairy Farm and Farm House, the land of which was developed into the Neil McDougall Park.
The National Trust of Australia (WA) selected Replas Eco pods for seating at the historic East Perth Cemeteries because they wanted a contemporary but visually unobtrusive design. Phil Palmer from the Trust, said, ‘use of recycled materials is important as the Trust is committed to conservation and sustainability of the natural as well as the [...]